The Kitchen Garden

The Kitchen Garden
17 York Road, Kings Heath, Birmingham, West Midlands, B14 7SA
  • Telephone 0121 443 4725
  • Opening times Mon–Wed 9am–5pm; Thu–Sat 9am–11pm; Sun 10am–4pm.
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Kitchen Garden

The Kitchen Garden Café is a tranquil oasis in the heart of Kings Heath’s busy shopping centre, combining a garden shop, café, deli and meeting room surrounding an old blue brick courtyard.

At the licensed Café you’ll find a variety of delicious and wholesome things to eat, all freshly made right here, including an A la Carte Menu on Thursday to Saturday evenings and Sunday lunch. We have a separate children’s menu and small play area.

We try to use the best seasonal, local and fairly-traded produce, including organics where we can, to ensure that the cooking retains all the real flavour of good food.

There’s also a Deli where you can purchase organic, fair-trade and locally sourced food to take home, including organic wines, beers & spirits, plus jams and preserves made in our own kitchen.

You can hire our meeting room or even the whole café for your meetings, celebrations and events. We can supply hot and cold buffets to suit a range of budgets.

We also host live music, comedy and poetry including regular events such as Laughing Cows (all female comedy nights), The Retort Cabaret Show (an eclectic mix of music, comedy, poetry and alternative cabaret). Storytelling Café (bringing storytelling back to adult audiences) and Poetry Bites.

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  • Provides: Free wi-fi

Event times

There are 9 events at this location

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From Psychedelia To Sonnets - A Life In Words And Music: The Remarkable Journey Of Ashley Hutchings

An opportunity to listen to Ashley tell the stories behind his writings, add detail to the history of the bands he has created and describe some of his many projects.

Kelly Oliver

Singer/songwriter Kelly Oliver plays acoustic folk. With support from Speak, Brother.

Wed 24 Feb

£10 / 0121 443 4725


One of the leaders of the New York anti-folk movement with a line in poetic, witty tunes.

Tue 29 Mar

Times & prices to be confirmed / 0121 443 4725

Matt Woosey

The singer-songwriter from Worcestershire performs rhythm'n'blues.

Tue 15 Mar

£10 / 0121 443 4725

Mick Flannery

The Irish folk singer-songwriter performs tracks from his latest album By The Blue.

Sat 19 Mar

£11 / 0121 443 4725

Screamin' Miss Jackson

Drawing influence from such diverse players such as early bluesman Casey Bill Weldon, Tampa Red and the wonderful Memphis Minnie, 20's and 30's Jazz singers like Georgia White, Anita Carter or Lil Hadin.

Tue 5 Apr

£7 / 0121 443 4725

Screamin' Miss Jackson & the Slap Ya Mama Big Band

Country, Western, jazz and skiffle all mixed up from the Bristol seven-piece.

Tue 5 Apr

Times & prices to be confirmed / 0121 443 4725

Will Robert

Acoustic alt folk singer-songwriter from Cambridge.

Mon 15 Feb

£6.95 / 0121 443 4725

Yves Lambert Trio

The trio brings together a brand of energy, multicultural ambiance and colourful sound to create a one-of-a-kind musical experience, featuring Yves Lambert, Tommy Gauthier and Olivier Rondeau.

Mon 14 Mar

£12 / 0121 443 4725

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